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January 9

January 9

A Plan of Attack For Peace; Dubai Diversification Leaves it Well Placed; A Photographer in Gaza; The Worst Company Names of All Time; Small Business Thrives on Old Fashioned Values; Future Tense

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January 10, 2009 2:41 by



A Plan of Attack For Peace
With Gaza in flames, the prospects for a Middle East deal seem minuscule. But there is a way out, and both sides know what they must do, says Newsweek.

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Dubai Diversification Leaves it Well Placed
If Dubai withstands the tough market environment, it will put to rest once and for all the ongoing speculation about a Dubai bubble, says the Financial Times.

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Managing Through a Crisis: The New Rules
In times of turmoil, opportunities abound. Managers must keep their companies afloat, their eyes peeled for openings, and their bearings, says Business Week.

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A Photographer in Gaza
Photographer Scout Tufankjian who covered the 2006 war in Gaza, talks about how to take photographs of war in Slate.

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Doha, Qatar, a New Arts Capital
Housing one of the world’s most encyclopedic collections of Islamic art, Qatar is trying to transform itself into the arts hub of the Middle East, says The New York Times.

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Small Business Thrives on Old Fashioned Values
Small businesses everywhere are continuing on despite the gloomy outlook. It’s what they do, says Business Pundit.

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What To Do When the New Thing Doesn’t Work
When the new stuff doesn’t work, do the new stuff more and better, says blogger Seth Godin.

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The Worst Company Names of All Time
From bad wordplay to unfortunate associations, Inc’s panel of experts weighs in on the worst corporate monikers they’ve heard of.

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Future Tense
In the face of economic chaos and financial free fall, Portfolio found some brave forecasters willing to predict where we’ll go from here.

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10 Architectural Wonders of 2008
Fast Company names some of 2008’s greatest buildings from the just-published Almanac of Architecture and Design 2009.



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